• Adding women to the C-suite improves diversity for the whole company

    Having one woman leading an organization as a member of the C-suite or on the board can significantly improve the diversity of the entire company, CNBC reported July 28. 
  • How 7 healthcare CEOs revitalize themselves

    The Becker's Hospital Review Corner Office series asks hospital and health system CEOs to share how they revitalize themselves.
  • Henry Ford Health's chief strategy officer joins health equity company board

    Carladenise Armbrister Edwards, PhD, the executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Detroit based Henry Ford Health, has joined the board of directors at health equity company Clover Health. 
  • Viewpoint: Physicians are best equipped to lead healthcare organizations

    Healthcare CEOs must balance the business side of the organization with patient care, and physicians are especially skilled at handling that task, Shakeel Ahmed, MD, CEO of Atlas Surgical Group, argues in an article published July 27 by Forbes. 
  • 3 ways health is defined around the world

    Health can be defined differently across the world, with concepts of disease, mental health and spirituality all affecting the perception of overall health differently. The accumulation of such concepts was collected and analyzed in a July 21 McKinsey report.
  • Oregon hospital board faces recall petition after COO fired

    Unions are calling for the ouster of Bay Area Hospital's elected board members. 
  • David Strong, CFO of Cox Medical Center, dies at 60

    David Strong, vice president of revenue and CFO of Cox Medical Center in Branson, Mo., died July 23 at the age of 60. 
  • Crozer Health CEO seeks stability during potential acquisition

    Anthony Esposito, CEO of Springfield, Pa.-based Crozer Health, said his priority is "stabilizing" the system in the wake of its potential acquisition by Wilmington, Del.-based ChristinaCare Health System, the Delaware County Daily Times reported July 24. 
  • 3 women comprise a 1st for HCA Virginia hospital

    For the first time, three women are leading LewisGale Hospital Montgomery in Blacksburg, Va., part of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, a hospital spokesperson confirmed to Becker's. 
  • Alabama, Iowa hospital CEOs exit

    The CEOs of UnityPoint Health-Sioux City (Iowa) and Medical Center Barbour in Eufaula, Ala., have exited their roles. 
  • 6 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Below are six hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • UF Health pays tribute to late CEO Dr. Leon Haley 1 year after jet ski accident

    UF Health Jacksonville (Fla.) paid tribute to former CEO Leon Haley Jr., MD, on July 24 on the one-year anniversary of his death.
  • Hospital CEO confirmed to top VA health position

    The Senate has confirmed Shereef Elnahal, MD, CEO of University Hospital in Newark, N.J., as the Department of Veterans Affairs' undersecretary for health  on July 21, Yahoo News reported.
  • Viewpoint: Healthcare workers need to get political 

    In order to remove politics from healthcare, healthcare workers themselves have to be ready to get political, Kathryn Brandt, DO, chair of primary care at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, writes in a July 20 Fortune article.
  • Biden to tap Dana-Farber cancer surgeon to direct the National Cancer Institute

    The Biden administration is expected to appoint Monica Bertagnolli, MD, as the new director of the National Cancer Institute, the American Society of Clinical Oncology said in a July 21 news release. 
  • 10 women making moves in healthcare

    The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker's since July 15.
  • How Caryl Ryan worked her way up from nurse to COO

    Caryl Ryan, RN, currently serves as the COO of UConn John Dempsey Hospital and chief nursing officer and vice president for quality and patient care services for the system, but it has been a long journey to get there. Using her experience as a nurse as well as technical skills taught along the way, Ms. Ryan worked her way up to a top job, UConn today reported July 21. 
  • 'Nobody wants to work anymore': a throwaway complaint

    Leaders responsible for hiring and retention may attribute tumult in the labor market to a simple claim: Nobody wants to work anymore. What can seem like a timely observation is a gripe that dates back to at least 1894. 
  • How to stop being an over-responsible leader

    Jotting down the roles of everyone on the team, accepting help and being self-compassionate are all ways that leaders with a tendency to take on too much can dial down their habits of over-responsibility, The Harvard Business Review reported July 20. 
  • 'Be patient' + other advice hospital CEOs would give their younger selves

    On the path to becoming the CEO of a hospital or health system, there are many unique career trajectories and lessons learned along the way. Here, leaders share what they would tell their younger selves, knowing what they know now.

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